by Conrad Barski
Publisher: Lisperati.com 2008
Number of pages: 42
This tutorial will walk you through how to organize a mass picnic in an arbitrarily shaped public park map in less than 100 lines of Haskell. The finished program will take a picture of a city park, take user submitted answers to random questions and, based on those answers, determine where people should sit at the flash mob picnic.
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